ACCESS TO RECOVERY WITH ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY DEVICES

This newsletter provides updates about the Access to Recovery project, funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. It is based at the University of Regina and is partnered with the Métis Addictions Council of Saskatchewan Inc. (MACSI). The goal of the project is to create a mobile application tool to assist people in dealing with addictions in their recovery. …

ACCESS TO RECOVERY WITH ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY DEVICES

This newsletter provides updates about the Access to Recovery project, funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. It is based at the University of Regina and is partnered with the Métis Addictions Council of Saskatchewan Inc. (MACSI). The goal of the project is to create a mobile application tool to assist people in dealing with addictions in their recovery. …

Louis Riel Cultural Festival

  Greetings!!! Welcome to the first annual “Louis Riel Cultural Festival”  on November 15 & 16 in Saskatoon! As part of our 50th Anniversary celebrations, MACSI is very proud to present this event! No cover charge! Family-friendly, no-alcohol event.   Venue: City Centre Church – 720 20th Street West, Saskatoon Date/Time: Friday, November 15  –  5:00pm-10:00pm Saturday, November 16  –  …

Métis Nation Health Forum 2019

This past week in Ottawa our Métis Nation Saskatchewan Minister of Health Marg Friesen, Minister of Education Earl Cook, Sr. Director of Policy & Research Dorothy Myo and MACSI Director Raymond Laliberte took part in a National Health Forum. They participated in discussions related to: – Metis Nation Rights, Relationship Building and Reconciliation – Understanding & Advancing Métis Nation Health Priorities – Helping …

Thank you!

Thanks to past MACSI Board of Directors, Marlene Hansen, Lawren Trotchie, and Lloyd Schoenthal, for your many years of service!